Larry DiTillio is known for his role as executive story editor of the science-fiction series Babylon 5,:41 and for writing or co-writing most of the episodes in the animated series Beast Wars. He was also a writer for the original He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, as well as the 2002 series.
Flying Buffalo hired DiTillio in 1983 when he was out of work due to a strike.:37 He wrote The Isle of Darksmoke (1984), Flying Buffalo's last multiplayer Tunnels & Trolls adventure.:38 With Lynn Willis, he wrote The Masks of Nyarlathotep (1984), a world-spanning campaign for Call of Cthulhu, and is considered one of the best roleplaying adventures of all time.:86 He is the author of several tabletop roleplaying supplements, including the Origins Award-winning Masks of Nyarlathotep.
- Larry DiTillio at the Internet Movie Database
- Interview with Larry DiTillio, by Marv Wolfman
- Roleplaying game credits
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